Date: 11th July 2018 at 1:00pm
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Ross McCormack hasn’t been included in the squad for the pre-season training camp in Portugal, according to the Birmingham Mail journalist Alex Dicken.

The 32-year-old still has two years left on his contract at Villa Park and is reportedly on a wage of over £40,000 a week. He would cost the club at least £4m (excluding bonuses) over the next two seasons if he isn’t sold or sent out on loan during that time.

With the decision not to make him part of the club’s first team plans, Steve Bruce has made it absolutely clear that he wants Ross to leave. Yet, interest in the striker is not high because of his huge salary.

Considering the club are having to sacrifice some of their best players this summer to keep the club running, seeing McCormack remain in such difficult times really rankles with me and other fans.

Getting him off the club’s books should be a major priority. That may be easier said than done. We may have to give him away, or at least loan him out for another season so we don’t keep paying most of his wages.

What do you think? How should we deal with the McCormack situation? Let me know in the poll:

 

2 Replies to “Outcast Could Cost Villa £4m – Have Your Say On His Future”

  • We have no money , yet we can let this player proven in championship go un used.
    If he goes to another championship club an scores goals and beat us it will be Bruce be p
    Blame,.

  • Only an afool would allow this waster to bleed the club dry, and not even break sweat to
    do it . SB is the prize plonker allowing it. If you give Mcgate enough rope he will hangs himself.
    At present SB,isn’t even including him, that why the resale value is plummeting.SB is at fault here.

    Watch SB, try to bring in loan players and add more carnage to a already dis functional squad
    How many right backs have We 4
    How many left backs ..1
    Why. Sums up the brains of SB,

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